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Cultivating Creative Writers

As I mentioned yesterday I finished reading Rewired over the weekend and I made quite a few connections throughout the book.  One of these relates directly to a project I will be starting in a few weeks – the Area 3 Writing Project Summer Invitational Institute.  In Rewired, Rosen discusses how much the iGeneration likes […]

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Rewiring Education & Connecting with the iGeneration

This morning I had the opportunity to finish reading Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way They Learn by Larry Rosen.  Over the next couple of days I will be writing about some of the connections I made as I completed the text.  However, with this post I wanted to share (and solidify in my […]

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iGeneration – Creative Publishers

With the implementation of our district strategic plan last year, I’ve found myself leading quite a few workshops on 21st century skills and related book studies for Wagner’s Global Achievement Gap.  Many of these workshops have started with a picture of a four year-old.  This four-year old is wearing headphones and an iPod Touch.  I […]

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An Explosion of WMDs: Wireless Mobile Devices

Yesterday I mentioned that I was reading Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way They Learn by Larry Rosen.  As I previously wrote its a great book, but one of the chapters has particularly captured my attention and with the giant lines forming this morning at every suburban mall’s Apple Store it seemed appropriate to […]

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Book of the Week – Rewired

Earlier this week a new book appeared on my doorstep in an Amazon delivery box.  A few months ago someone in my personal learning network (I think maybe Karen) recommended that I order Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way they Learn by Dr. Larry D. Rosen of Cal State Dominguez Hills.  Rosen previously wrote […]

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